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[movies]Digital Tipping Point: Marcelo Tas 02 - Christian Einfeldt
This is one of many short video segments which will be added to the Digital Tipping Point (DTP) archive. In this segment, Marcelo continues his answer from segment 01, the previous segment, pertaining to how blogs are affecting the news. In this segment, I *think* he says that blogs are accelerating the collection of the news, and that it is affecting the entire media infrastructure. He also talks about the effect that one of his blogs had on news gathering about open source, and particular comm...
Keywords: Marcelo Tas; Tas, Marcelo; Telecultura; Sao Paulo; Brazil; Brasil; Internet; blogs; New York Times; Microsoft and Brazil, conflicts; President of Microsoft, Brazil
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[movies]Digital Tipping Point: Marcelo Tas 03 - Christian Einfeldt
This is one of many short video segments which will be added to the Digital Tipping Point (DTP) archive. In this segment, Marcelo continues talking about the effect that blogs can have on the mainstream media, as in the case of a New York Times article that picked up news about open source and Microsoft that was originated at the FISL conference 2004 in Porto Alegre. He also talks about the importance of free open source software to Brazil and the world...
Keywords: Marcelo Tas; Tas, Marcelo; Telecultura; Sao Paulo; Brazil; Brasil; Internet, and news; blogs, and news; New York Times and blogs; Microsoft and Brazil, conflicts
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[movies]Digital Tipping Point: Marcelo Tas 04 - Christian Einfeldt
This is one of many short video segments which will be added to the Digital Tipping Point (DTP) archive. In this segment, Marcelo continues his discussion of Microsoft's public criticisms of the government of Brazil, which is arguably Microsoft's largest customer in South America. Marcelo then responds to my question about what are the recent big media events around software libre in the Brazilian and world media...
Keywords: Marcelo Tas; Tas, Marcelo; Telecultura; Sao Paulo; Brazil; Brasil; customers too small for market leader; lower tier customers; Microsoft as a monopolist; Microsoft and Brazil, conflicts; IBM; Oracle; business models for open source; financially sustainable open source; media images of open source
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